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George W. BushRichard CheneyRepublican 15,319 49.47%
John KerryJohn EdwardsDemocratic 15,034 48.55%
Ralph NaderJan PierceIndependence 556 1.80%
YOther (+) - - 57 0.18%
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Demographic Data

2010 Population:77,547Enum.2010 Population Density:30.9persons/km2
2004 Population:76,265Est.2004 Population Density:30.4persons/km2
2000 Population:73,966Enum.2000 Population Density:29.4persons/km2
Land Area (2000):2,512km2Annual Pop Growth Rate:0.5%

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Election Notes:
  • Kerry vote is the fusion of Democratic and Working Families parties.
  • Bush vote is the fusion of Republican and Conservative parties.
  • Nader vote is the fusion of Independence and Peace and Justice parties.
  • Nader ballot lines had two separate sets of Presidential Electors. For determination of chosen electors, Nader (Independence) received 84,247 votes and Nader (Peace & Justice) received 15,626 votes.
  • Vice Presidential nominee for Nader under Independence Party is listed as Jan Pierce


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